In today’s EcoReport feature, two area residents who live adjacent to Yellowwood State Forest share their firsthand experiences of the impacts of logging on Indiana’s public lands.
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Loretta Rush has been selected as Indiana’s next Chief Justice; The city of Bloomington on Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs is asking for nominations for the Latino Leader Award and Agency/Organization Award; Local husband and wife photographers Peggy and John Woodcock are the featured artists this month in Bloomington’s City Hall Showers Atrium; SafeWise has ranked Ellettsville as one of Indiana’s safest cities; Bloomington’s Herald Times is offering community members a chance to vote for their favorite local musicians; The Commission of the status of Women will soon be introducing a resolution to the city council pushing for a minimum wage raise; Two Indiana University law professors stepped into a legal battle this week between the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers.
A group in Bloomington has begun to envision our local groceries stores without offerings of single use plastic bags. WFHB Correspondent Harrison Wagner speaks with group organizers, and looks at examples of similar initiatives in communities across the country for today’s WFHB community report.
Up next, our weekly consumer watchdog segment Bloomington Beware!
Anchors: Alycin Bektesh, Kelly Wherley
Today’s headlines were written by Sierra Gardner and Alycin Bektesh
Bloomington Beware was produced by Richard Fish,
Our community feature was produced by Harrison Wagner
Our engineer is Jim Lang,
Managing Editor is Joe Crawford
Executive Producer is Alycin Bektesh.
Saxophonist and blues singer Nate Johnson brings in his band of seasoned musicians for a session of fun and funky blues jams.
1. Nate the Great
2. Down in the Valley (Otis Redding cover)
3. You’re So Unhappy
4. Not Gonna Take it Anymore
5. Bring it on Home (Sam Cooke cover)
Hosted by JR “Jar” Turner
Engineered by Jim Lang, Dan Withered, Ilze Akerbergs
Produced by Erin Tobey
Executive Producer is Jim Manion
Some companies may soon be exempt from Bloomington’s new regulations on chain businesses downtown; A study released today by a conservative think tank claims Governor Mike Pence’s Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 will damage the state’s economy; A majority of students at Indiana’s public universities are women, but most of those who govern the schools are men; The annual Forbes list of College rankings was released last week, with Indiana University Bloomington nearly missing the top one hundred; Bloomington’s Interfaith Winter Shelter has started a crowdfunding campaign through Indie Go-Go; In order to publicize Elletsville’s new farmers market, the Ellestsville Town Council approved a waver to the town advertising code in their latest meeting; The Monroe County Public Library saw an increase of Library Card applications during the summer; Local public schools opened to new and returning students last Monday.
Classes start back up this month, but Hoosiers can still celebrate LGBQT culture this summer. PRIDE festivals are happening all over Indiana and Bloomington will host its first PRIDE this September. Correspondent Sierra Gardner talks with PRIDE Director Sarah Perfetti and Sigma Phi Beta PRIDE Chairman Ty Adams about their plans for Bloomington PRIDE for today’s community report.
INS AND OUTS OF MONEY
WFHB’s weekly financial segment.
Anchors: Casey Kuhn, Helen Harrell
Today’s headlines were written by David Murphy and Joe Crawford
Along with Drew Daudeline for CATSweek, a partnership with Community Access Television Services.
Our feature was produced by Sierra Gardner
The Ins and Outs of Money is produced by Dan Withered, in partnership with the Monroe County Public Library and The United Way of Monroe County.
Our engineer today is Alycin Bektesh
Managing Editor is Joe Crawford,
Our executive producer is Alycin Bektesh
Crystal Ritter talks about her decade of experience as a volunteer with Lotus and the amazing sense of community that her commitment has brought to her life. Also, volunteer opportunities for Lotus and other organization around town.
Work begins today on a new greenspace surrounding the Ivy Tech John Waldron Art Center; A group of Indiana firefighters, police officers and emergency medical providers announced today that they have signed a legal brief in support of marriage equality in Indiana; Last Friday, the Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County launched a fundraising campaign with a goal of one million dollars; Bloomington Police continue to investigate two armed robberies occurring on the B line last week; Little feedback has been received regarding a proposed change to Bloomington’s food cart ordinance – WFHB News Director Alycin Bektesh has more.
The Monroe County Fair concluded this weekend, WFHB Correspondent Hondo Thompson was on location speaking to the vendors, attendees and organizers who come together for the annual celebration of summer in Monroe County, for today’s community report.
Our weekly segment spotlighting people working for positive change in our community.
Anchors: Maria McKinley, Doug Storm
Today’s headlines were written by David Murphy and Alycin Bektesh
Our feature was produced by Dan Withered with Correspondent Hondo Thompson
Activate! is produced by Jennifer Whitaker and the city of Bloomington Volunteer Network
Our engineer is Chris Martin,
Our managing editor is Joe Crawford
Executive producer is Alycin Bektesh.
Hosted by Dave Seastrom and Vera Grubbs.
First aired Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 9 AM on WFHB
☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour:
- Bees in Indiana: a roundtable discussion with Chuck Wills
- Essay by Jeff Tryon: “Our Brown County”
- Larry Pejeau, CEO of the Brown County Community Foundation
- John Mills, former Brown County School Board member
- Larry Pejeau and John Mills discuss the Brown County Literacy Coalition
- Poetry by Chris Curtin
- Rick Fettig with a Brown County News Update
- Dave Seastrom delivers another fine essay
- and selected tunes from the 2014 Indiana State Fingerstyle Guitar Competition
James Joyce was a pioneering writer of modernist fiction and poetry, known for his innovative prose style and complex wordplay. Born in 1882 in Dublin, Joyce left Ireland at the age of twenty to study in Paris. Within months, he started his first novel, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Published in 1914, A Portrait established Joyce as both an experimental stylist and a pusher of boundaries who questioned religious and nationalist orthodoxy.
A Portrait was received as a bold achievement by most of Joyce’s literary peers, but some critics dismissed its realism as a dirty obsession with sex and sewage. These controversies were soon eclipsed by Joyce’s monumental Ulysses. Today regarded as the definitive modernist novel in English, Ulysses was officially banned as obscene in both Britain and the United States, earning Joyce a perennial place among literary masters whose works were suppressed.
With their fresh E.P. on the shelves, Minus World joins the Local Live crew to rock out and take us to some secret levels.
1. Ins and Outs
2. Untitled 1
3. Untitled 2
4. Absolute Zero
Minus World: Greg Moore (guitar, vocals), Greg Simpson (drums, vocals), Jared Coyle (bass)
Produced by Erin Tobey
Engineered by Jim Lang, Dan Withered, Ilsa
Executive Producer is Jim Lang
Hosted by Jar